Death of Michigan woman, Darlene Kozak, found dead in driveway, under investigation as ‘suspicious’
Saginaw police have identified a Michigan woman whose body was found Friday in the driveway of a home in the city’s Cathedral District.
Darlene Kozak, age 50, was found by former Saginaw police officer Charles Braddock, who said he returned from a short vacation to his home and discovered her body lying near one of his vehicles.
Kozak’s body was found wrapped in a blanket when police arrived at the scene, a press release from Willams explained.
Currently, the Saginaw Police Department and the Michigan State Police are investigating the situation, which they are classifying as a “suspicious death.”
“Our detective bureau is calling this a suspicious death at this time and will release further non-compromising information as this case develops,” Williams said, in the release.
Anyone with information is urged to call the anonymous CrimeStoppers tipline at 1-800-422-JAIL or submit a tip using the MyPD smartphone app.
Braddock is a former Saginaw police officer and a member of the National Action Network.
He was one of the people who led public charge for the criminal investigation into the death of Milton Hall last year.